COMPARISON OF VIDEO CONFERENCE AND FACE TO FACE MENTORING SERVICES ON ADVISEES’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Necmi Esgi

Abstract


The aim of the research is to compare the impacts of mentoring services, delivered face to face and video conference on advisees’ academic achievements. Mentoring services, made up with two different instruments, were administered to a group of advisees, composed of 32 university students. In the research, the multiple-choice achievement test, which consisted of thirty, 5-point Likert items, was utilized in order to determine advisees’ academic achievements.

 

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mentoring, face to face, video conference, advisee, academic achievements

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejsss.v0i0.13

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